Highwayman bench seat confusion

Discussion in 'Chat' started by Terence, Sep 13, 2017.

  1. Terence

    Terence Member

    Hi All.
    I'm confused regarding my front bench seat fitted in my Lilly.
    Had a conversation with someone on here the other day.... I'm now thinking that it might be a Dorma bench seat modified to fit my Highwayman... Can anyone shed some light on this?...
     

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  2. admin

    admin Administrator Staff Member

    looks like one from a pimpwagon to me :)
     
  3. Panky

    Panky Administrator Staff Member

    It does look a little bit flimsy for a front seat - is the back fixed to the B pillars with shoot bolts? I can see it giving way if it isn't.
     
  4. BC Sunshine

    BC Sunshine Member

    :rolleyes: pimpwagon.... bwahahahahaha!!

    That upholstery is pretty luscious.

    Could we please see some photos that show the back? I'm very intrigued; my Evangeline has single seats.
     
  5. Saul

    Saul Active Member

    Looks like mine
     
  6. commerchris

    commerchris Moderator Staff Member

    20170901_131829.jpg Looks a bit like mine too I will post pics of the one in the pa with the v8 admins old ride....
    The above pic is of a rear bench from a dormobile very similar but makes up part of the bed in the back of a dormobile.
     
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  7. commerchris

    commerchris Moderator Staff Member

  8. Terence

    Terence Member

    Pimpwagon! More like a Lovebus or a Pussywagon...lol So don't come knocking when the van is rocking when I'm on site!
    No seriously, I'll post some more pics tonight with the brackets & fixings it's well & truly fixed down.
     
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  9. admin

    admin Administrator Staff Member

    Meant with respect and love - stylin'!
     
  10. Terence

    Terence Member

    Bench seat brackets/fixing
    1st pic bracket is bolted through wheel arch with st/st bolts with type c wshr behind + nylocs
    2nd pic is side bracket which bolts through upright frame with contoured spacer so doesn't crush tubing with nylocs it also drops down into cut out & stops back falling forwards & backwards, it has to be unbolted to gain access to engine ie: remove or it's very tight to engine
    3rd pic spring loaded pin locks down bottom frame to bracket "next pic"
    4th pic L-bar bracket again bolted through tops of wheel arches this stops any sideway movement on bottom seat frame & locks down at back with spring loaded pins.
    Hope this helps anyone
     

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  11. Panky

    Panky Administrator Staff Member

    Looks like a proper job.
     
  12. S0updragon

    S0updragon Active Member

    Neat and tidy
     
  13. commerchris

    commerchris Moderator Staff Member

    Just like mine!
     

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